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Spring is an ideal time to either start or continue eating more salads. Tender, sweet vegetables and fruits, such as asparagus, peas, carrots 5 Dressings, 11 Deliciously Easy Spring Salads [Infographic]. 5 Delicious and Easy Salad Dressings to Know by Vanessa @ Fine Choice Foods in Appetizers, Lunch, Side Dish, Summer, Vegetables | 0 Comments Under the heat of summer the last thing you want to do is turn on the stove or oven. Serve your favorite spring veggies in these delicious spring salads. From a flavorful lunch salad to the perfect side dish, these light recipes are easy to make.

3 65 Super Easy Finger Foods to Make for Any Party From chips and dip to one-bite apps, finger foods are the perfect way to kick off a party. Read More. A good way to motivate yourself to eat more salad this summer is to have a delicious, homemade dressing drizzled on top. Freshly made ranch dressing can turn a boring green salad into something divine.

Sure, store-bought dressings. The secret’s in the sauce, or, in this case, homemade salad dressing. Whether you’re looking to make homemade ranch dressing, whip up a quick vinaigrette, or try your hand at homemade green goddess dressing, these easy salad dressing recipes will have you ditching the bottled stuff for good.

Summer and salads, two of my favorite things. And a summer salad deserves only the best dressing! Homemade dressings are so easy to make and infinitely better tasting and better for you than store bought.

And seriously, most take less than three. This classic salad dressing includes mayonnaise, anchovies, vinegar, green onion, garlic, parsley, tarragon and chives. It can be prepared in a blender or food processor and is good served as a dressing for steamed artichokes, a seafood salad, or as a sauce over broiled fish. Versatile, creamy, and delicious, ranch dressing is one of the most popular salad dressings available.

In this homemade alternative, Greek yogurt gives a. Making your own salad dressing is not only more affordable, but also considerably healthier and packed full of delicious flavor, compared to store-bought options. You’ll forget the idea of buying bottled salad dressing once you see how easy it is to make these 10 delicious salad dressings!

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The idea behind the yield of these recipes is that there should be enough dressing for 5 to 6 salads, or a week’s worth of lunches, with our 2-cup dressings.

“Mandy's Gourmet Salads: Recipes for Lettuce and Life” by Mandy Wolfe, Rebecca Wolfe, Meredith Erickson
from Mandy’s Gourmet Salads: Recipes for Lettuce and Life
by Mandy Wolfe, Rebecca Wolfe, Meredith Erickson
Appetite by Random House, 2020

(Added bonus: Each of the dressing recipes can be used on a variety of salads and sides throughout the week.)

“The Living Clearly Method: 5 Principles for a Fit Body, Healthy Mind & Joyful Life” by Hilaria Baldwin
from The Living Clearly Method: 5 Principles for a Fit Body, Healthy Mind & Joyful Life
by Hilaria Baldwin
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To finish this light and refreshing salad we tossed these ingredients with romaine lettuce and a simple cider vinegar and Dijon mustard vinaigrette that complemented the other ingredients but did not compete.

“The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes” by America's Test Kitchen
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by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

Dressings should be changed when they are 75% saturated or when strikethrough is present.2,9

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3 Put all the ingredients for the dressing in a bowl, season with salt and pepper and mix together.

“Good Housekeeping Cookery Book” by Good Housekeeping Institute
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Here are three of my tried-and-trues, all using dressings from the Basics chapter (here).

“The Clean Plate: Eat, Reset, Heal” by Gwyneth Paltrow
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WAYS TO CUSTOMIZE 1:3 VINAIGRETTE The variations in the table below are all adaptations of the 1:3 Vinaigrette (here).

“Mastering Sauces: The Home Cook's Guide to New Techniques for Fresh Flavors: The Home Cook’s Guide to New Techniques for Fresh Flavors” by Susan Volland
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by Susan Volland
W. W. Norton, 2015

This salad is the most basic of all five as it actually uses the spring rolls from page 33.

“A Gay Guy's Guide to Life Love Food: Outrageously delicious recipes (plus stories and dating advice) from a food-obsessed gay” by Khanh Ong
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2 For the dressing, in a food processor or blender combine the parsley, mayonnaise, sour cream, green onion, vinegar, tarragon, sugar, and garlic.

“Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 16th Edition” by Better Homes and Gardens
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by Better Homes and Gardens
HMH Books, 2014

8.Pour the dressing into two small bowls and serve with the salads.

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  • I made the tahini dressing today. It was too salty.(I used kosher salt, not table salt.) Next time, I’ll reduce the amount of salt to half.

  • If you haven’t already, could you make a quick video of some basic items a beginner vegan should always have in the pantry? BTW, you are so “vegan” inspiring. Your best video…”the beginner’s guide” really helped push me to at least give vegan a try. Thanks.

  • You are the absolutely the coolest Chic! You look like you could be the daughter of my adolescent best friend. You are a Lovely young woman. I Love every thing you make. I have devoured many of your recipes. I have fluctuated between Vegan and Vegetarianism for 33 yrs. I am currently having a Love affair in Vegan. Thank you for your Art of food ❤️

  • My mom just bought a huge jar of tahini and I was just about to look for an awesome tahini dressing. You’re such an angel, you saved me!:)

  • I always remove the skins from cucumber and tomatoes (except cherry tomatoes) have them prepared but add at serving Their skin does not digest well for anyone! I love butter lettuce, ( or red tip leaf lettuce) spinach, endive, cabbage and radicchio ( beet greens are gorgeous)

  • Ranch dressing traditionally has buttermilk. I always have buttermilk on hand for making pancakes. I’d replace the milk and the (not-shown in the text) apple cider vinegar or the (not shown in video) lemon juice  with buttermilk. I’ll probably make the lemon vinaigrette first because I have a lemon tree, or maybe the Asian sesame since I really like those flavors.

  • I bought ingredients for the ranch dressing and prepped all the fruit for two of your smoothies.   This weekend, my husband is going to make the quinoa bowls and I made him the breakfast bowl with sausage for his breakfast tomorrow.  Summer vacation means learning more about your recipes.

  • I just found your page today 1. You are supes cute! 2. I love your whole esthetic 3. You have such a pleasant relaxing voice! Keep up the good work #NewSub here

  • Thanks! I’m always looking for new dressing recipes. I often get in a rut, making the same dressing for buddha bowls, salads, everything… So I’m psyched to try these!

  • You look so beautiful, your eyes sparkle so lovely. You look very healthy and happy. Now Im gonna watch the recipes. Thanks already. Xx

  • God bless you for the time you took in order to share this amazing, informative video, ��, i am a new subscriber and can’t wait to learn more from you. Peace

  • I just realized that I haven’t seen your videos in a while! To my surprised I was unsubscribed!:( YouTube has a really problem….

  • I make a salad every day and thought I was good at it, but you put me to shame. I have to run over to Trader Joe’s ASAP! Thank you for the great education. I grew up on a farm and we had a big garden, but I live in a condo and no longer have that ability.

  • I just discovered your channel a couple weeks ago. I love your videos and showing healthy food. My mom doesn’t like mustard, so do you have any suggestions for a replacement?

  • I like these..for salads I mix equal parts of Caesar, olive mayonnaise, honey mustard, sweet onion, southwest, thousand island,sweet chilli, barbecue sauce, vinaigrette in different combinations..:)

  • Switch the Salt Cooking Challenge!! A one week salt-free cooking challenge.
    Hi! Can you try this cooking challenge?
    The purpose is to explore a healthier and more flavorful way of cooking without using salt. This challenge will encourage you to use different herbs and spices that will naturally bring out and enhance the aromatic flavors of your cooking. Also, showing people how to cook salt-free without having bland tasting food.

  • Seem delicious�� definitely I’m trying all of them but the mustard one because I don’t like it. I don’t know if I can find toasted sesame oil here in Italy what can I use instead?

  • I made the creamy hemp dressing from one of your previous videos, and i did find the dill to overpowering! I think i will attempt it next time but with basic ranch herbs to make a yummy vegan ranch:)

  • Love love your dressing!!! Thank you! I made your Asian Dressing and Lemon Vingerett love them can’t wait to try other ones! No more store bought dressing s yours are delicious! Thank you so much.

  • I wanna try them all. Can you please make an Italian Feta Vinaigrette dressing? I �� all your recipe videos, thank you so much for sharing, considering you a have a busy lifestyle. I really appreciate you. Hilda ����

  • Could you make salad dressings without olive oil? I hate the taste of raw olive oil and would love new ideas for how to substitute or adjust recipes to omit that oil.
    Love your channel, by the way!

  • My mother had twins recently baby number four and five, twin girls, and my aunt just had her fifth baby boy. And you just had your baby girl (the first correct?) So I was wondering if you could make a video on meal planning and exercise that would help shed off the baby weight for them, and any other tips you have for loosing that weight.

  • I know where your coming from. I make my own amazing salad dressing from Pinterest and it is 1/4 honey, 1/4 apple cider vinegar, 1/4 olive oil, 2 tbsp honey mustard, salt, and pepper.

  • oh Sara Lynn, you have the wrong idea about honey and squeeze bottles, a spoon that’s “dirty” with honey isn’t a hassle, it’s an opportunity to lick some honey 😉

    let your inner Winnie the Pooh live it up:)

  • Hey Sweetpotatosoul �� u rock!!thanks for the recipes u know as a vegan for 16 yaers i find myself not doing alot of cooking vegan ova the stove but alot of raw foods for 3wks 3days of put the months on raw and the rest beans or smoothie days the of month

  • all of them look wonderful. I will try them over this week. what would u suggest to replace honey? I love it but do not do sugar.

  • These look delicious! I love salads, especially in the summer, and I always love to try a new dressing. If only I could be bothered to prepare it in a pretty jar like you did instead of just dumping all the ingredients on top of the salad:D

    By the way, if you like fruity dressings, you can also use a smoothie instead of jam. And if you’re looking for a really easy way to add some flavor to a bland salad, try using a flavored vinegar (my favorite kind is walnut).

  • I have a question: Can you make a video all about probiotics because I have no idea how they affect your health and I want to know some meal ideas to include them in. Should I start drinking kombucha? How would that affect me?

  • Are you vegan now? Why did you stop eating raw? PS: the brand of olive oil makes all the difference in salad dressings. The colours, oh my!!!!!

  • That avocado dressing is LIFE =O So many people lately just showing all that tahini love too, now I’m craving some good ol tahini <3

  • Hi Megan,
    Thank you for the great recipes. I made the Lemony Herb and Hemp dressing. I made it without the date because we cannot eat dried fruit or anything sweet. It was delicious. I will try some of the others without the maple syrup. While we’re on the topic of food, I also make your tapenade on a weekly basis. I make it with red pepper stuffed olives and I add different herbs to switch up a little. The lemon juice adds a nice flavor to the tapenade. I like watching your videos because of your personality. Hearing you also reminds me of the 12 years that we spent living in Toronto.

  • Wow…. i got 25 minutes into it and realized I just watched a guy making a salad for almost a half hour and it’s still going on! That’s something I’d do stoned as a teenager. What’s my excuse now? ��

  • I’m so glad I’ve discovered your channel. I love cooked food as a vegetarian and appreciate your thoughtfulness and always including veggie options. I’m a subscriber for life!

  • This type of Endive is actually called Frisee. I’ve never heard anyone call it endive; although it is a type of Endive. Fun fact.
    Also…Curly endive (pronounced in-dive) is a loose-leaf head of curly green leaves that is grown once in a field.
    Endive (pronounced on-deev) is a tightly closed, yellowish-white or red torpedo-shaped head grown for a second time in a dark cooler.

  • Yesss! Thank You so much, I am happy I found a wayhomemadeto enjoy all those healthy vegetables in the salad, because I was not such a fan of salads. Yesss �� I did the first dressing, and I couldnt stop eating. My whole family loved it! Amazing <3 #subscribe #delicious

  • For the sweet in the salad dressing for myself I would use a syrup made with 1 part water and 1 part monk fruit. To make the syrup I would bring the water and monk fruit granules to a gentle boil and then let cool. Then proceed as with any other sweetener. This would make the dressing keto or diabetic friendly.

  • My mom used to give us iceberg lettuce that was practically swimming in ranch dressing. To this day I can’t stand salad, which makes being a vegetarian a bit more difficult! I’ll be sure to give these ideas a try to see if I can change my tongue’s mind.

  • Okay, I’ve not been on youtube for a week or two and now I’m confused at how this layout works. I feel discombobulated so if this comment comes out weird, blame google. LOL! I love all your dressings as I’m all about homemade stuff from scratch. I was hoping for blue cheese, but I figure I’d just toss some blue cheese in the ranch and call it a day.:) All the dressings have their place in various salads so I’m happy you featured such a variety. Hope you come up with another batch of new dressings later. Thanks for sharing!

  • what about honey mustard and some other sweet dressings like French, Catalina, thousand island, creamy Italian. don’t really like tangy vinagretts. only the Asian one from this video I would like. how about making dipping sauces for tenders, fries, etc. I love the sauces from Chick-fil-A.

  • My husband and I had the pleasure of meeting you last night at Charis Bookstore in Little Five Points and I just wanted to say that I enjoyed your talk and love your book! I had the book the day it hit the shelves lol. You sold me when I saw your site and after trying that cauliflower fried chicken! I’m really loving vegan life:). God Bless you and your work, you’re helping to change many people daily! Don’t forget to try that Thai restaurant and let us know what you think!!

  • You are just the sweetest youtuber. The Ranch looked the most appetizing to me. I heard though, that if you make homemade salad dressings, it’s sometimes better to let them set for a day before serving, like salsa.

  • I just bought sesame ginger and ranch dressing last night, I wish i would have watched this before I did that! Oh well, once i run out, I’m definitely going to try both of those!

  • Beautiful video!! My favorite is this peach vinaigrette made yellow peach, olive oil, bit of lemon juice, and pinch of salt. I love it with any kind of arugula salad.

  • superb,, speechless, a complete guide to world salads dressings in Pak style, living in europe i keep looking for halal kind of dressings n recipes. n well done food fusion, this is the best of your videos..

  • RANCH!!! I’ve been looking for a good recipe for that! I always crave good ranch from restaurants and pizza shops yum! Hope this ones it! I’m kind of a ranch snob ��

  • Very nice demonstration though I have had to stop half way to go and get the ingrediants as I don’t have everything I need. Only thing is, the video is much too long 40 mins!!! And I tend to agree with some of the others, if I am intending to store any of this (as I will) will only add tomatoes when I an going to eat it as they do make it go all soggy.

  • Yum. I Would try all of these dressings. I am looking forward to the jarred salads to pair them with. Also love your set of small bowls and your blue floral pitcher/creamer. Please share the manufacturer and where you purchased them. Hope you and baby are doing well.

  • ooh wee u rock! thanks for ur creativity for great food. and excited about those salads. wondering about a raspberry vinaigrette. I had a delish salad that had this dressing cranberries honey glazed walnuts and like strawberries. maybe u know what I’m talking about. sorry for the bad grammar. thank you again. smiles tcs

  • that lemon vinaigrette is my go-to salad dressing. so easy and delicious my kids will eat any salad or vegetable that is dressed with this vinaigrette. so glad to see this included.

  • Sergei you should be using ceramic knife, ceramic scissors and bamboo bowl though
    HealthyLegendCookware.com
    Totally Bamboo 16in.bowl

  • Thanks so much for all of your recipes. I really like the peanut Asian one today, because I will use it either in a stir fry or with chicken. I have Crohn’s disease and since it has gotten worse, I am off all fresh veggies, fruits, nuts, and red meat. But I can have chicken and this recipe sounds so good. Thanks again.

  • Tahini is pricey. Could you maybe do a video on what else you could use it for? I would hate for it to go to waste by not using it fast enough.

  • I love salad dressings but sometimes their really loaded with unhealthy options and take the “lightness” out of a light salad. This was really helpful with a few changes to the recipe to fit my preference.

  • I’ve been using your Kale dressing for years (the one with oil+ACV+ bold mustard). My adult niece loves it too and she learned not to buy processed dressings anymore. I’ll try some of these…

  • These look delicious and I will try the lemony herb and hemp dressing. What nutribullet did you use, the small magic bullet, the 600 which has an extra smaller cup, or a different one. Did the nutribullet blend the dates well? Thank you for the demonstration.

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  • Good vlogs, i have same frugal ways, but portion size double what i eat, and not really what a stomach should get used to especially all in one go.

  • What else do you cook?
    You make a salad like I do. I can verify your friends will be coming over just to eat salad! Outstanding demo

  • I’m so excited to use these recipes!! I have been wanting to make some for awhile, but I didn’t know where to start. This is perfect!!

  • I love your ideas but I can honestly tell you I live on disability in New York State a good SALAD CAN easily BE $20 OR MORE even if it’s homemade and I do similar IMPLEMENT SIMILAR ideas to yours but I cannot afford to eat a green salad every single day even though I am a pescatarian AND I LOVE EATING SALADS Do you have any suggestions Whole Foods is crazy expensive at times even though I have an ongoing discount I also have nearby places like stop and shop supermarket which don’t always have good prices and they don’t really care if my many discounts I have places like city town and bravo supermarket as well But the quality of the last two supermarkets is really bad I also have pioneer supermarket with a times their produce is actually rotting and it’s way overpriced for their low quality produce I am forced to survive on snap benefits which are not even $200 a month so life is very difficult and very expensive for New York State are usually have to add an additional $150 and it’s still not enough for the whole month it’s great to see how beautiful your skin looks because you were raised to eat better than most very impressive, any suggestions are very much appreciate it and thank you for your help, Ms. Istrha

  • Love the video! That’s very similar to my house vinaigrette. I like to add a minced shallot; let it sit in the acid etc. to soften for a few minutes before adding the oil. And to change up the maple syrup, try sorghum its earthy sweetness is delicious with substantial salads.

  • Love salad dressing video:)! I don’t want to use a fire preparing my meal in this boiling summer days.. I wanna try lemon first 😉 BTW that brand new flower measurement cup looks so adorable >

  • Love making salads enjoy watching people do their thing on YouTube question what is that powder you put in there that you called hippie dust I didn’t understand you sounded like you said something something yeast?

  • I plan to have healthy dressings for when my grandparents come but they don’t eat salad that often in a week (maybe twice or so, and it’s three of us). Since these dressings dont last as long as store bought, how much would you suggest I reduce the measurements for these recipes to have a small amount for the week when necessary.

  • I’m just looooving your videos! I have so many things to do, but can’t stop watching u:) Such an inspiration, for food, lifestyle and more. I’m so happy I found your channel:) Greetings from Poland!

  • I just came across your page and of course subscribed, lol. I am going to make these and store for the week but how long do they keep in the fridge for?

  • I hire A Jewish Rabbi to cut all the ends off my vegetables. Trust me people talk about that long after his fancy carrot cutting tip.

  • Hey buzy beez! Hope you have a wonderful week ahead and enjoy these salad dressings for your meal prep. Can’t wait to share the salads with you next week!! ��

  • I’ve been looking for a great vegan salad dressing since I had to sadly give up a lot of my favorite ones. I’ve tried lots of recipes but this by far is my favorite! I am eating it in my salad right now as we speak and I am in love. Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe, I think I just found my staple dressing ������

  • The best salad sauce I know is mu gran’s: 2 sp. lemon, 1 sp. sweet balsamico vinegar, 1 1/2 olive oil, salt, peper, mustard, garlic and parsley.

  • Definitely an impressionist salad! With the somewhat wild colors a bit more on the Renoir side? Mais certainment sans pareille!

  • Yo the ranch you made taste waaaay better than store bought ranch I don’t even eat it with salad just some fries but taste a lot better

  • Darling… why don’t you open a 7 star restaurant in which customers will fall sleep or die of hunger until their salad is ready… 40 minutes for a salad????? While you were talking and making your salad, I answered three voicemails, made an onion / potato omelette and cheese toast and lemon juice and…. a big bowl of SALAD and still had time to write this message…. Good Luck my darling “I have all the time in the world” friend. Sorry but I wont subscribe:)))))

  • I was just thinking earlier that maybe you knew a good sesame ginger dressing and Voilà….you have a video with one in it ��! Thank you! I definitely plan on trying some of the other ones but the first one will definitely be the sesame ginger!

  • hey there dzung!! i tried your asian sesame dressing and tossed it with some lettuce, red onions and cherry tomatoes and oh gosh IT WAS DELICIOUS!!! i used light soy sauce instead of the usual dark soy sauce and it was good! thank you for sharing your recipe♡♡

  • One of my favourite channels �� All the recipes are short and worth trying without any hassles ��best part is anyone can get the ingredients easily. Thanks food fusion team and all the best for your bright future ��

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  • I really like your presentation! And your salad is beautiful!!! I never follow a recipe either, except sometimes for baking. Some of my best meals come from experimenting. I think the art of cooking is not what it used to be. I learned a lot watching my mom and grandma. I’m 60 and love to prepare meals and cook! Enjoyed the video.:) One thing I learned was that I can eat the flowers you showed. I did not know that! Thank you! P. S. I have a 70 year old friend who has never tasted a fresh potato! It’s so sad how few people have access to fresh food.

  • wow! this recipes are awsome! i would defenitly try these. i just made my youtube channel coz i want to share also some helpful viedos like these. and i made a ginger onion vinaigrette posted on my channel. i would be so happy if you try it and drop me a comment. thanks. new subscriber here

  • im quite picky when it comes to salad dressing but the honey mustard and the herb dressings sound amazing! ive never considered adding jam to a salad dressing either so i will definitely be trying that one too.

  • I made a salad similar to this and used the concept of “the five” for my dressing and Oh My Goodness it was delicious. Absolutely delish!!

  • OMG I didn’t even know that pomegranate molasses existed. This looks awesome and delicious! I’m going to make one and tag you in the photo.

  • Awwww thanks alot it’s give me a variety of salad for my DIET PLAN….I WILL DEFINITELY TRY IT IN SHA ALLAH…… AMAZING I LOVE IT

  • I love your videos. Can you make a video showing how to makes oil free vinaigrette dressings/ sauces? What’s a good oil substitute?

  • From one of your videos you had made homemade chia jam. For the raspberry and balsamic vinegar dressing, would using the homemade chia jam work just as fine as store bought jam?

  • The herbs that you use for your dressing sounds delicious!!  Did they come blended like that or did you blend it yourself.  I love lavender anything!!!:)

  • It’s funny how I always press the LIKE button even before I get to watch.
    Because… I love your content and it’s always easy to follow through

  • Omg these all look so good. I’ve saved this video and going to write down all the recipes later and will be making them. Thanks for sharing ��

  • I love ranch dressing but I can’t stand the taste of “store bought” ranch dressing….thank you for showing us how to make home made ranch dressing!

  • You are an excellent teacher. I cannot wait to prepare the salad and dressing. Thank you so much. I look forward to watching you and learn to make more delicious salads.

  • Inspired from this video, I made a salad of Kale, Romaine lettuce, purple cabbage, carrots, radishes, cukes, basil, thyme, chives, parsley, green onions, tomatoes and Feta Cheese. I made the dressing with one heaping Tbsp of Homemade Mayonnaise, 1 Tbsp of Olive Oil, the juice of 1/2 of a lemon, ground pepper, 1/4 tsp of Kosher salt, and a tsp of honey. Man oh! Man, it was one of the best salads I ever made and I eat a salad everyday. Yummy!

  • I like these recipes because I like my salad dressings and more tart and acidic. I never do the usual 1 to 3 ratio of oil to vinegar/juice, I always do more of a 50/50 ratio.

  • Thank you so much for this!:D OMG feels like I’m having salad for dinner this whole week!
    Keep up the great work
    A vegan from France

  • loved these dressings. I passed them on to my girls. While at lunch we were just talking about how our salad dressings needed an overhaul.

  • All your dressings look wonderful! I can’t wait to try them. Maybe the avocado one will be first.

    I make a lot of dressings at home. Whenever one of my mustard bottles run low, I just add vinaigrette ingredients to the bottle, so I don’t waste any mustard. I usually add garlic, soy sauce, red wine vinegar, and olive oil. I especially like it on salads with slices of Granny Smith apples in it. Cheers and thanks for the recipes!

  • I’m so excited to try these dressings. I would love even more dressing recipes, if you haven’t already made another =) I just subscribed, so I’ll find out! Thank you for including the recipes in the notes!!!

  • I made the mistake of watching this after I ate dinner lol��. Want to try all of these! They look so simple and delicious! Also I love how you can use them either with a salad or cook with them—so versatile! ����

  • I’m new in your channel but I already know that I love it so much! 😉 you’re so positive and your movies are nice edited. Keep it up!

  • Excellent.
    Today I tried all 5 Salads and Dressings.
    It was challenging.
    Lots of Prepping
    But your instructions makes it very easy.
    It was real delicious.
    I was impressed. All my guests too, were more than impressed.
    Thanks Food Fusion.
    You have taken lots of trouble to put together this Video.
    I really appreciate your efforts.
    Thanks once more!

  • Wow was wanting some new recipes for salad dressings! Cumin Lime dressing sounds delicious! I have a few questions, do you or is okay to use apple cider vinegar instead of the white vinegar? I am wondering why white vinegar? My favorite to use is salad vinegar because it has such a pretty color but is that not good? Any comments are appreciated! Thank you.

  • Gaaw! I wish I had a blender while I’m traveling. This made me want to buy one just so I can make these dressings haha. Your recipes are some of the best I’ve seen. And your videos are so well done… it’s inspiring.

  • Absolutely done by a man �� surprised no beer on the side. Love the demo just the way my dad would do it add everything in. Definitely not rocket science he said.

  • They look and sound great. For the dressings made with olive oil, will they separate and solidify after a few days of storage in the fridge or do they remain emulsified?

  • plz russian salad ka tareeka btaen. woh salad jo bazar me milta her cheez us me alag rakhi hoti h. us me macroni alu chany or fruits sub alag masala me hoty hain koi cream me koi spicy. plz plz